Once again, it is time to catch up with my film viewing. If my schedule ever slows down, I will go back to doing more detailed reviews. For now, we are in high speed mode.

The 1972 Man of La Mancha starring Peter O’Toole and Sophia Loren was a version I had never seen and recently watched. It is a bit silly in spots, but my love for the story kept me interested. I have seen better versions.
RATING 7 out of 10







Steel Toes is the story of a Jewish attorney defending a neo-nazi skinhead arrested for a violent murder. Had this been the first incarnation of this type of film, I probably would have rated it better. Because it was an old story, a predictable script that consisted of cardboard stereotype characters, and just not that interesting – it sucked.
RATING 4 out of 10







Stardust is a “magical” film about “magical” people and “magical” places. Oh wait… that’s marketing. Actually, it was an over-budgeted cute little film. It is guaranteed not to go down as a classic fantasy film… entertaining, just no staying power.
RATING 7 out of 10







Knocked Up, the Judd Apatow comedy starring Seth Rogan was cute. It had a lot of fun moments and is a definite party film. This is the kind of film that gets funnier when more people are around… lowest common denominator films do that.
RATING 7 out of 10







Yellow is an interesting film that chronicles the tale of a Puerto Rican girl that moves to New York to pursue her father’s dream of her becoming a dancer. Along the way she…. well, it really doesn’t matter. I rented the thing because Roselyn Sanchez plays a stripper. Shallow yes – but MAN, SHE IS HOT! Along the way, I discovered an interesting little film – it’s like my own little version of peanut butter and chocolate together. Good stuff.
RATING 7 out of 10